South Africa Now - Show #N511

by Globalvision
New York, New York, United States
October 10, 1990
Duration: 28:33
0:06 - Brenda Fassie; 0:53 -  This week South Africa Now reports these stories; 1:58 -  The uncensored news with Thandeka Gqubule and Phillip Tomlinson; 2:03 - A.N.C.-Inkatha: discusses township violence, Chief Gatsha Buthelezi, homeland leaders, the ANC (African National Congress), F.W. de Klerk, Nelson Mandela, The New York Times, the National Intelligence Service; 3:33 - Violence Update: phone interview with Tim Alexander of PC Plus Consultants, discusses white supporters of the ANC, Ronnie Kasrils; 4:34 - The South African government is discussing a new constitution, interviews with Brian Goodall of the Democratic Party (DP) and Stephanus Jacobs of the Conservative Party (CP), discusses the right to vote, referendum on proposed constitution, one person one vote elections, sanctions, disinvestment, political exiles, indemnity; 7:57 - Labor Watch reported by Emily Kasriel: interview of Cyril Ramaphosa of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) who attend the 100th anniversary of the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA), discusses the Chamber of Mines, the Anglo American Corporation, racism, gold mines, Nelson Mandela, a rent boycott in Soweto, COSATU, the negotiation process; 12:27 - The Land Act, which has prevented blacks from owning land, will be repealed, interview with Ina Pearlman of Operation Hunger, discusses white farmers, tribally owed land in the homelands, financing sources, the Land Bank, rural apartheid; 13:37 - Frontline Focus with Joseph Diescho; 13:41-Several leaders of Frontline States were in the U.S. to attend U.N. Children's Summit: talk by Robert Mugabe at Michigan State University, discusses apartheid; 14:50 - assasitance by Zimbabwe to Mozambique has come under attack by RENAMO, report by Bob Cohen: interviews with Mozambique Foreign Minister Pascoal Mocumbi and Antonio Gumende of the Mozambique Information Agency, discusses Zimbabwean troops, war, the FRELIMO government, emergency food aid, medicines, international aid agencies, violence, a ceasefire, workshops, cooperatives; 16:41 - Angola: includes Angolan TV report Victims of War on the plight of the country’s children, discusses withdrawal of Cuban troops, mothers, food security, amputees, antipersonnel mines, Jonas Savimbi, UNITA, military and security expenditure, social programs, education, peace talks; 18:34 - The Washington Post reports fresh reports of human rights abuses within UNITA, discusses George Chicoty; 18:51 - In Namibia the struggle to build a new nation: interview of Sam Nujoma, discusses reconstruction, development, the South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO), agriculture, schools, economic development; 20:55 - Culture reposted by Mweli Mzizi: video of Brenda Fassie singing song Black President from her new album, interview of Brenda Fassie, discusses Nelson Mandela, Mandiba

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